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Fat cats a disgrace.

With the latest news on the BBC being released to the public, it is very worrying to know that the management and people at the top, are pre-fixing their hand-outs, bonus payments and gold plated pension pots at exceptionally high amounts - all at the expense of the public. Here we seemingly have, even the poor, breadline and low-income workers who finance their hard-earned wages to have the pleasure of a TV, finding these funds are being siphoned away for the "fat cats" benefit. Not only is this disgraceful but it could be deemed to be criminal.

In the days gone by the BBC stood for something and the British were proud of their Service. Now the BBC has a reputation for using public money in a disputed way. Is it not time for the BBC to give back to the public in some way, such as a year's free licence fee, or at least a rebate, to make up for their devious questionable goings-on. Having your hand "in the till", is bad enough, but when its a public purse, that's totally unacceptable.

Irma Shocked

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Publication:Gulf Daily News (Manama, Bahrain)
Date:Sep 21, 2013
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